7 Must-Read Stories In July 2018

This month’s most-read articles revolved around clinicians and researchers working at the interface of scientific disciplines.

AsianScientist (Aug. 7, 2018) – Just in case you missed any of them, here are seven must-read stories published on Asian Scientist Magazine in July 2018.

  1. Reprogramming Stem Cells Without Genetic Modifications

    Scientists in Singapore have converted fibroblasts into pluripotent stem cells without introducing external factors for genetic reprogramming.

  2. Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Dean Ho

    The next frontier in precision medicine can be found at the interface of nanotechnology, biomedical science and artificial intelligence, says Professor Dean Ho.

  3. Asia’s Rising Scientists: Justin Song

    Theoretical and experimental physics inform and complement each other, says Dr. Justin Song of the Institute of High Performance Computing in Singapore.

  4. Conflict Control In The Lab

    Disputes among lab members are inevitable, but tackling them promptly and proactively is key.

  5. Asian CubeSats Off To Space

    Bhutan, Malaysia and the Philippines have successfully launched their cube satellites into space.

  6. Counting The Carbon Cost Of Palm Oil

    Every hectare of rainforest converted to oil palm plantation releases 174 tons of carbon in the form of carbon dioxide, researchers say.

  7. So You Want To Be A Doctor? Be Prepared For The Ride Of Your Life

    Seven doctors with extraordinary career paths shed light on the many options beyond medical school at Wildype Media Group’s ‘So You Want To Be A Doctor’ seminar.

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